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? you reminded us at the very beginning of his talk about george herbert walker bush been a prudent, careful, cautious political leader. and then he tells as that he had a vision for a new world oil. he was ready to risk an enormous amount because he saw the stakes and is so much bigger than saddam hussein. >> general house? didn't we expect saddam hussein hussein -- but were casualties? can you believe were ready to throw the dice. that ambassador napper misunderstanding the man for whom this library is respected? >> go ahead, sir. [laughter] >> can i interject if i may? >> we should let the kool-aid vendor defend himself. >> i just want to point out if only one of the three of us agrees on this panel, i'm still batting .333 enacted into the hall of fame. [laughter] >> i guess i'm at least partly persuaded by the argument. i do think notwithstanding president bush's reputation for person that he also did have a broader vision about the way he wanted the world to look after his administration. and i do think the iraqi use of the crisis for us to accomplish its objectives sort of vio
appreciate the same be done for all of us. it's not an absence of commitment, to try close because pakistan remains firmly committed to fighting, combating extremism and manifestations because u.s. is not something we could walk away from. it's a clear and present danger to our society and way of life. and when you say what are the worries? one of the worries is that there may be security vacuums after the straw down because many of the timelines spoken of in terms of transitions and sectarian of a possible negotiated peace are all right now timelines and we look at them with hope and we have been strenuous in moving all of our resources, clinical, to not make an otherwise to the task of whatever negotiated settlement the united states and afghanistan are seeking in this moment of challenging transition. >> termer cubby, david word, and emily jake. >> ambassador, thank you for being here. two questions. one, hamid karzai and david cameron had a meeting to spend a six-month deadline on tax of the taliban. two ambition i pakistan was a political party functioning in society? and two, to think
what did you learn? you think it's so important for us to know. he turns a weakness in the strength. don't give an inch. turnaround. is that the politics of personal destruction. certainly a politics of personal one upmanship. there was a role for wit and trauma. final ," off the top of my head, he love to ski. he also at one point visited the soviet union and at the national review group that got together. most of them went and i think it was the winter of 75 or 76. they don't have the right to grant permission. i'm not going to ask communist permission for anything, even to visit their country. he told me, i once said that i would no more go to the soviet union on vacation then i would if hitler had permitted it and skied in the austrian alps to our world war ii. he said buckley took some exception to that. it is a rather specialized point of view. may have handicapped me a bit, but i stuck with the. [applause] >> books about the financial industry in crisis. starting in a p.m. eastern, the personal finance industry. at nine kate institute president john allison argues that govern
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